Vegas Family Who Claimed 10 Foot Tall Aliens Were In Their Backyard Double Down On Claim

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Las Vegas, with its close proximity to Nellis Air Force Base, Creech Air Force Base, and Area 51, is a hot spot for UFO sightings.

In June of this year, a family in Las Vegas contacted Metro Police with a wild claim.

Shortly after a bright object flying low across the night sky was spotted by at least 21 people in eastern California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah, they made a very unusual 911 call.

In the call, a man claimed aliens were in his backyard.

“In my backyard. I swear to God this is not a joke, this is actually — we’re terrified,” said the caller.

The caller continued, “They’re like 8 foot, 9 feet, 10 foot. They look like aliens to us. Big eyes. They have big eyes. Like, I can’t explain it, and big mouth. They’re shiny eyes and they’re human. They’re 100% not human.”

Police body camera footage of an officer’s visit to the home heard one policeman say, “I have butterflies bro — saw a shooting star and now these people say there’s aliens in their backyard.”

When he asked what they had seen, one witness claimed, “It was like a big creature, more than 10 feet tall.”

After revisiting to the home over several days to investigate, Las Vegas Metro police reportedly closed the case with no conclusions being reached.

Bobby also claimed that three days after their encounter he saw a government SUV circling in the area containing men in black.

This week, however, the Las Vegas family doubled down on their alien claims in a new interview with Inside Edition. And this time they provided drawings.

“Do you believe believe that these creatures were human?” the family was asked.

“They were not human,” the father, Bobby, replied.

“What color were they?”

“They were like green, grey,” the father responded.

They were then asked to draw what each of them saw, individually, without looking at what the others were sketching.

“They look like ears,” Bobby said when showing his sketch. “But they have these antennae like light.”

Sam Heidari, the family’s attorney, claims the family wasn’t looking for publicity.

“The only thing they did was reporting it to the police,” he said.

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